Create a Rec 709 conversion lut for Rec 2020 footage

Community Beginner ,
Mar 21, 2019

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After finishing Grading my Rec 2020 footage, I would like to create a LUT so that it can also be viewed in rec 709, SDR. Right now when I export the footage, I only get my graded HDR footage.

it looks bad on SDR monitors, I would like to have a 709 conversion lut created so that it can viewed on SDR monitors.

I'm trying to do this so when I upload footage to youtube, I can attach the 709 lut so that it can grade the conversion properly.

Here is what is happening with regular HDR footage:

Composite Arf Hawk RC Turbine Jet - 4K HDR - YouTube  looks good on HDR monitors but bad on SDR

So I have to re-encode it using rec 709 color profile and reupload as a 2nd file:

Composite Arf Bae Hawk Carf RC Jet - 4K SDR - YouTube

obviously not very practical, so what can be done here. Youtube says it offers a way to have more control over SDR conversion but needs a lut to do this with. the instructions are for divinchi resolve.

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Adobe Employee , Mar 21, 2019
franciscrossman-J6rJng Adobe Employee , Mar 21, 2019
We have an effect called SDR Conform which is available in Premiere Pro and Media Encoder which is designed for tonemapping HDR footage to a Rec709 color space.  You could apply it at the time of export by drilling into the export settings and finding SDR Conform in the Effects.  You can also use it in Media encoder in the same way.  Another way to approach it would be to duplicate your sequence and add an Adjustment layer.  I like this method, because you can more easily spot check through your...

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Adobe Employee ,
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We have an effect called SDR Conform which is available in Premiere Pro and Media Encoder which is designed for tonemapping HDR footage to a Rec709 color space.  You could apply it at the time of export by drilling into the export settings and finding SDR Conform in the Effects.  You can also use it in Media encoder in the same way.  Another way to approach it would be to duplicate your sequence and add an Adjustment layer.  I like this method, because you can more easily spot check through your program and make sure things are looking good in a Rec709 world.  There are some setting that you can adjust in the SDR Conform effect (Brightness, Contrast, Soft Knee).  Soft knee is how much you roll off the highlights.  This effects is better than a LUT because you can tweak it to best suite your specific content.  I hope this helps.

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Thanks for the reply, Francis.

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Community Beginner ,
Mar 22, 2019

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Yes I saw the SDR conform however, what happens to the output? My understanding that if I enable this I will get SDR output and loose HDR? Or are you saying it will output 2 graded files 1 for SDR and 1 for HDR?

OR.. will I get an HDR output along with a LUT that converts the HDR to SDR? This would be the ideal, I could then package both of these for youtube.

Sorry if I seem repetative, but I haven't found anyway to upload HDR footage to youtube that allows me to control the SDR conversion youtube does.

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LEGEND ,
Mar 23, 2019

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You need two exports.

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New Here ,
Dec 08, 2019

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Thanks for the information.

But beside adapting dynamic range BT2020 to Rec 709 also needs a colorshift. colorspace of BT2020 is not only wider but has also shifted colors. are there any plugins or adobe effects to shift Colors between this colorspaces?

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Sep 17, 2020

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There is a lut that corrects the color shift: cc-lut.hotglue.me 

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Sep 23, 2020

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right: this lut helps a lot.

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